Pleasing news has struck in the fan club of Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt who will now be able to watch the entire movie with no expunged scenes in it. Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has given ‘U/A’ certificate to the filmmakers of this new Hindi cinema ‘Dear Zindagi’ and ordered no cuts in it. Crew members jollifed the same for having neither verbal nor visual cut.
‘Student of the Year’ debutante heroine took a sigh of relief after getting the ‘U/A’ certificate with no demand of any cut in the celluloid. The lady faced enormous trouble in the time period before the release of ‘Udta Punjab’ which had entrapped into helm controversy for the involvement of objectionable scenes in it.
Her new venture with mega star who is specially known across the globe as ‘King of Romance’ has received no objection from the higher authorities and is ready to the theater screens on its scheduled release date, 23rd December 2016. This is the first time for Alia to share the silver screen with Bollywood movie ‘Happy New Year’ hero.
R Balki, co-producer of this upcoming Indian film, told media that board preferred not to go for any cuts as there is no such objectionable scene in it. According to him, makers didn’t expect any objection from CBFC and similar happened with them as it cleared the movie with no expunges in the scenes, dialogues or songs.